Security Council

Topic A: Nationalism as a threat to internal and global peace and security

Nationalism is the identification of the state or nation with its people, or attempting to determine the extent of the state according to its ethnographic principles, sometimes to the exclusion or detriment of the interests of other nations. This movement has gained popularity in the past decades more than ever before. This has become a potential threat for maintaining the rights of people internationally, and can also be catastrophic for the international peace, security and stability we as a committee have been trying to ensure for the past decades. Some countries believe it is clear that measures need to be immediately taken in order to prevent the possible implications of the rise of this extreme ideology, while others believe it to be a false concern. 

Topic B: Reforms to the Security Council regarding vetoes

The vetoes of the Security Council are one of the main things that set apart the committee from other organs of the United Nations, but are also a topic of concern. Their constant involvement in conflicts is worrying, especially while holding the seat at a committee which only purpose is maintaining international peace. These conflicts and situation lead to questioning if these countries are the correct ones to hold such an important role, even if they’re some of the most economically developed ones.

 

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Isabel Jaramillo & Ilana Garza

Topic A: Nationalism as a threat to internal and global peace and security

Topic B: Reforms to the Security Council regarding vetoes